Kent Barker

OUT OF TIME: Photographs from the Ageless Landscape of Taos

Kent Barker is a nationally known commercial/editorial photographer who recently moved back to Dallas after spending a number of years living and working on his art in Taos, New Mexico. His work has been widely published, and he has authored one book. He was born (1952) and raised in Winter Park Florida. He began to pursue photography after a knee injury forced him to give up a classical dance scholarship at the Jeoffrey Ballet in 1971.

All photographs are archival injets (Epson 7600 with Ultrachrome inks), printed on Somerset Satin archival watercolor paper. Most are 16 x 20 inches, with the panoramic images being somewhat longer. All photographs are limited to 150 copies and sell for $600.00

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Rio Pueblo in Winter
Rio Pueblo in Winter,
Taos, 2002
Ranchitos Road in Winter
Ranchitos Road on Winter,
Taos, 2003
Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Winter
Mabel Dodge Luhan House
in Winter, Taos, 2002
St. Francis of Assisi Church
St. Francis of Assisi Church,
Taos, 2001
Storm over the Cottonwoods
Storm over the
Cottonwoods, Taos, 2001
Sarah and Annie's Statue of Liberty
Sarah and Annie's
Statue of Liberty, Taos, 2000
Gravestone for Mary Adele
Gravestone for Mary Adele,
Taos, 2004
Off the Grid Compound, Three Peaks
Off the Grid Compound,
Three Peaks, 2003
Ceramic Faces at the El Mercado
Ceramic Faces at the
El Mercado, Taos, 2004

Walking Rain, Colorado-New Mexico Border
Walking Rain,
Colorado-New Mexico Border, 2003
Taos Pueblo
Taos Pueblo,
Taos, 2000

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